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This was a disappointment from start to finish. Had I known so many F- bombs would have been dropped by children, adults, and grandparents like, I would have kept a counter going through the movie to amuse myself.
It is unnecessarily long with scenes being dragged out with forgettable dialogue that often leads nowhere and fails to develop characters in any meaningful way. The characters come across as whiny and unlikable. The inclusion of the mother's store and her two employees appears to be little more than an excuse to get Megan Fox on the screen in her bikini and/or underwear. What few laughs there are can be seen in any trailer.
Save yourself the $$ (I wouldn't even pay for this via Netflix!)
If you're going thinking you'll be laughing all the way through it, think again.
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